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“Embracing the Uncertain: A Lenten Study for Unsteady Times”

This Lenten Season, our “Wednesday Mornings at Ten” guide will be Embracing the Uncertain: A Lenten Study for Unsteady Times by Magrey R. DeVega.
Just turning on the news lets us know we’re living in uncertain times. Economic instabilities, violence, and natural catastrophes affect entire communities. Individual lives are often just as unsteady: relationships can break, plans can falter, and confidence can fail.
In our fast-changing unpredictable world there are few guarantees. Those who are willing to embrace uncertainty and follow Jesus de-spite the many “unknowns” will reap the greatest rewards. This year’s Lenten study will help each of us engage and wrestle with life’s uncertainties, not ignore them. Together, we’ll learn how to follow Jesus with courage, hope, and obedience.
Our journey will begin on Wednesday morning, February 21, at 10am in Pastor Kent’s office. Copies of Embracing the Uncertain, will be available on Sunday mornings following Worship.

“Jesus and the Prophets” Lenten Devotional

“Jesus and the Prophets,” the Presbyterians Today 2018 Lenten Devotional, will serve as our congregation’s guide to reflection, prayer and discernment this Lenten season. The content of the devotional is based on the prophetic words of Jesus. “Jesus and the Prophets” is written by Rev. Jimmie Ray Hawkins who serves as the director of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Public Witness in Washington, D.C. The artist for the devotional is Steve Burgess who lives in rural upstate New York.
Copies of “Jesus and the Prophets” will be available for pick up following worship on Sunday mornings following Worship and on Ash Wednesday evening.

Ash Wednesday/Valentine’s Day

Plan now to join us on Wednesday, February 14, Ash Wednesday/Valentine’s Day, at 6pm in Donegal Hall, as we celebrate the gift of love and mark the beginning of the Season of Lent. The evening will begin with a meal, prepared by the Boy Scouts, followed by our traditional “Service of Ashes” and celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Our worship will be held in Donegal Hall, as well. Guests are requested to bring a salad, vegetable, or dessert to serve eight. Mark your calendars now and share with us this unique blending of two traditions which honor the gift of God’s amazing love.